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Barclays is cutting just under 10% of staff in its equities division in Europe, Middle East and Africa as part of a plan to reduce costs amid a slump in trading volumes, said people with knowledge of the matter.
A regular Citigroup board meeting to talk about quarterly results took an unexpected turn on Monday night, when simmering tensions between Chairman Michael O'Neill and then CEO Vikram Pandit came to a boil.
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Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman is set to lose stock once valued at almost $2.9m as the bank misses profitability and share- performance goals.
John Mack, former chairman and CEO of Morgan Stanley, spoke with Bloomberg Television's Erik Schatzker and Stephanie Ruhle on 'Market Makers' about Vikram Pandit's departure from Citigroup, saying that 'there was a view clearly by shareholders that change was a good thing'.
Computer hackers and other foreign adversaries pose an increasingly grave challenge to the U.S. banking system, PNC Financial Services CEO James Rohr told CNBC Thursday, adding that growing cyberthreats 'could really disrupt this country'.
The family of the Bangladeshi man accused of trying to blow up New York's Federal Reserve have expressed disbelief over his involvement in the FBI sting operation.
Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea are all reportedly interested in the 25 year old defender, who recently returned to the England squad.
Will the recovery of Arsenal's Jack Wilshere give Tom Cleverley somebody to play on his frequency, hopefully bringing out the better short game talents from the likes of Liverpool's Steven Gerrard and Manchester United's Wayne Rooney for the England national team?